FreshfromDE is a not your average rap artist. His approach to hip-hop is heavily based on personal lyrics that feel authentic and direct. As an artist, and as a person, he values hard work and perseverance as he goes on his quest to make a name for himself within the industry.
In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with Legendary artist, producer, and club owner, Alonzo “Lonzo” Williams. Known as the Godfather of West Coast Rap, Lonzo discusses his legacy in West Coast Hip Hop, his memoir and audio book “N.ot W.ithout A.lonzo”, and more.
Mo B. Dick is a founding member of the production team The Medicine Men (formerly Beats by the Pound), which produced most of No Limit Records’ releases from 1995 to 1999. During his stint at No Limit Records, He not only produced tracks, but was also a featured artist on over a dozen songs.
Welcome to another dope episode of PoPolitickin. In this edition, we politick with Baton Rouge, Louisiana hip hop artist Young Bleed.
Bleed discusses his time with No Limit Records, his connection to rappers Kevin Gates, Boosie BadAzz, and more.
Shanell is the R&B voice of Young Money, plus a very talented writer having penned Lil Wayne‘s hit single “Prom Queen“. SnL has received a lot of praise from her boss Weezy on several occasions, even appearing on 4 separate tracks of his Gold certified Rebirth album.
BIANCA has been working intensely on, writing, crafting her sound and today releases her first official single: “Eyes On Me”. Born and raised in Los Angeles, the smile on her face is like the weather, always shining. Being sensual, funny yet edgy and raw, unafraid to be who she is, the whole essence of being your true self, is what her music is about. She aspires to transform all this warmth and lust for life despite the ups and downs, into extraordinary songs she’s putting together for her upcoming mixtape: Cool Kids Travel.
In this episode, we are joined by retired pro wrestler Rasche “Skull Crusher” Brown. Hailing from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Rasche wrestled in the ROH, WCW, WWF, UWF, and many other organizations.
Produced by Mehka (Mecca) for Invisible Man Media, the film shines a light on the burgeoning cannabis industries in Atlanta, Washington D.C.,New York City, New Jersey and Boston,
In this episode, we politick with the Founder and CEO of SIAM Smartphones Darius Allen.
Darius is an international business magnate, serial entrepreneur, successful investor; self help author, motivational speaker, and financial literacy activist. Darius also operates his own blog writing about his latest thoughts on business education, investing, and financial literacy.
Born and raised in Columbus, MS, a new indie artist, LaShar, now known as SharJ Music, reflects the art of soulful music. She’s molded by musical influences such as Lauryn Hill, Jazmine Sullivan, Anita Baker, even Mississippi’s own Big K.R.I.T.
Massachusetts-bred, LA-based emcee/producer Skipp Whitman presents the music video for "Slow Down", shot by Pat Anthony and Johnny Forance. "The directors are two guys in LA from the east coast so we connected quickly," Skipp says. The female lead is played by...
Sincere & Logik are duo Blakface, presenting the music video for “Humble Pie, Pt. 1”, a single from Bamboozled, their new album featuring Planet Asia, Illa J, Poetik Force & Oh. Directed by the Bishop and produced by $in, “Humble Pie, Pt. 1”
Lil’ Flip shares the official visual for “Screwed Up” from his recent K EP, paying homage to classic Houston style and the legendary, late DJ Screw.
Milan Hightower lays low in luxury for “Ghost” with a bevvy of beautiful ladies and a unique friend or two. “Ghost” was produced by Solo Steeze, and appears on Milan Hightower’s Dirty Sauce God project
Harlem’s Neek Bucks has been in the studio non-stop, and today the young lyricist shares “Add It Up”, giving us an idea of the intensity we can expect from his upcoming projects. Look out for Bucks’ El Barrio mixtape coming December 6.
Louisville lyricist PJ Gifted brings us his Free Dubs mixtape, a collection of hard-hitting freestyles with a popular vibe, featuring vocals from Wuntayk Timmy, Vory, Lainie and many more
Wane Enterprises CEO and New York artist Bruse Wane presents his new mixtape The Batman Should Have Been On It, Vol. 1, bundled with a visual for his freestyle over the Jungle Brothers’ “Straight Out The Jungle” beat
Los Angeles-based artist Roc-O-Star presents the music video for his self-produced new single “Driving”. Roc-O-Star was born and raised in Anderson, Indiana by his biological parents before being sent into foster care. “Growing up on your own often meant you have to do what you have to do to survive, and I did – you either hustle or you don’t eat,” he says.
We’re excited to bring you the premiere of the new Fortunato video for his Scopic-produced single, “What I Got To Say.” You might recognize Scopic as the producer behind Onyx’s Against All Authorities album.
Known as the SECRET WEAPON due to his multiple talents, St. Louis born Ian Knox has been a hidden force in the music industry for years. He is back with the new single GIT LIT, which is hot and ready for the clubs. TURN UP!!!!!!
In this episode, we politick with professional athlete and trainer Donald Fusilier. Donald signed with the Iowa Barnstormers of the indoor Football League on October 13, 2017. He is also working on the completion of his first book, “Never Give Up: The Donald Fusilier Story”.
Eddie Mmack is a young rap artist from San Diego, California. Using his words of experience to reveal the image of his community and the way he was brought up in South East San Diego, Ocean View area. Eddie MMack brings a clear sound that incorporates all elements of hip hop music ranging from a calm approach to an aggressive approach.
Rapper Earl Lee Allen was born—and raised—in Hammond, Indiana, but currently resides in San Antonio, Texas, a city ripe with hip-hop talent and history. While he enjoys his work a supervisor at a juvenile treatment center, making music is his ‘true’ passion.
Baby Slick is a promising young artist from the unforgiving streets of Southeast San Diego. His journey into the world of music can be traced back to the confines of a tiny California jail cell in 2016. It was there, at the age of 17, that Baby Slick picked up a pen and pad simply because there was nothing else to do.
Brooklyn-based emcee iLLspokinn presents the video for “The New JC”, a song from Vagabond Road, the collaboration EP between iLLspokinn and French DJ/producer ZaJazza. Raised in Taunton, Massachusetts by his Cape Verdean mother, iLLspokinn has collaborated with Sadat X and Grammy award-winning vocalist Maya Azucena, and was named one of Rawkus’ 50 next important hip-hop artists as part of his band Spokinn Movement.
In this episode, we politick IFBB bodybuilding pro, personal trainer Terrell Robinson. Terrell discusses how he earned his pro card dispute losing his home in a flood, his personal training company “Dig Deep Fitness, fitness advice, and more
As a ‘real life’ urban superhero, DangerMan is an advocate for children’s rights promoting literacy, safety and good health. He wages against bullying and also fights human trafficking.
Hailing from Bronx, New York Haddy Racks remembers when rap music had you standing by the radio waiting for your favorite jam to come back on.
TRIBECA-GRAND represents an unprecedented culmination of nearly 50 years of combined professional experience, and a shared cultural experience in Hip-Hop dating almost back to day one. The Bronx is the birthplace of Hip-Hop. Philadelphia is the home of the first Rapper to win a Grammy.
Von Villain is a no nonsense lyrical genius, whose subtle punchlines and infectious flow has the whole tristate buzzing with anticipation of his upcoming EP. He skillfully mixes boom bap beats with a gritty New York sound.